[openstack-dev] [sqlalchemy-migrate] Blueprint for review: Add DB2 10.5 Support
mriedem at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Fri Nov 15 17:32:28 UTC 2013
On 11/15/2013 10:15 AM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
> On 11/14/2013 10:38 PM, Matt Riedemann wrote:
>> Hey, I missed this question. I moved email accounts for the
>> openstack-dev mailing list and missed this in my old pile.
>> So I touched on this a bit in response here  and also a bit when
>> talking about the plans for CI for the nova PowerVM virt driver here
>> . The blueprint for adding DB2 support to sqlalchemy-migrate and the
>> DB2 enablement wiki  does call out CI. Getting the
>> sqlalchemy-migrate unit tests to run against DB2 isn't that hard, I just
>> haven't figured out if it's something I can do with community
>> infrastructure or running as an external third party test, and I think
>> whether we use Express-C or not would matter there since that has a
>> trial license.
>> I'm open to suggestions/comments/ideas.
>>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/DB2Enablement
> Thanks to Brant Bknudson for pointing out that DB2 Express-C doesn't
> have a time restriction:
> "It is a fully licensed product available for free download. It does not
> have any time restrictions."
> I must have mistaken that with Enterprise Server Edition that we were
> using in house for some bigger deployments for CI with Tempest.
> So it sounds like Express-C is what we could use to get
> sqlalchemy-migrate unit tests running against DB2 using the community
> infrastructure (I hope), I just need some help with getting that going.
> I know Roman got the migrate UT running for MySQL and PostgreSQL here:
> I'll try working with Roman, Monty and any infra guys that will talk to
> me to get this going.
Just to circle back on this before anyone throws in their two cents and
tells me that 3rd party CI is the way to go, I caught Monty in IRC and
came to that conclusion already.
While DB2 Express-C is free and doesn't expire, it's closed source so
it's an issue of the infra team being able to maintain it, and that
there is no closed source code running in the community infrastructure.
So I'll plan on getting the sqlalchemy-migrate unit tests reporting back
for DB2 using 3rd party CI and triggers.
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